Reviewer Brian Flemming calls Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly's collection of essays about border security an "invaluable" resource.

Borderlands: Comparing Border Security in North America and Europe, a collection of essays edited by Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, is reviewed in this month's issue of the Literary Review of Canada.

Brian Flemming, member of the federal Advisory Council on National Security, reviewed the book, calling it "valuable" and saying:

"The competing policies of freer trade versus more security in the world's borderlands will, for better or worse, be with us for some time to come. This book will therefore be invaluable for those inside and outside government who need to know how complex the world's 'borderlands' are again becoming."

Pick up the November issue of LRC at your local newstand, or read the complete review online at: